The Advances in Crustacean Research series publishes internationally significant contributions to the biology of Crustacea. The thematic focus of individual volumes includes particular aspects from various fields of research, such as molecular biology, comparative morphology, developmental biology, systematics, phylogenetics, natural history, evolution, palaeontology, zoogeography conservation biology, (eco-) physiology, ecology, extreme environments, behavioural biology, and fisheries and aquaculture.
The Biology of Squat Lobsters
Decapod Crustacean Phylogenetics
Evolutionary Developmental Biology of Crustacea
Isopod Systematics and Evolution
The Biodiversity Crisis and Crustacea - Proceedings of the Fourth International Crustacean Congress
Crayfish in Europe as Alien Species
New Frontiers in Barnacle Evolution
Terrestrial Isopod Biology
History of Carcinology
Crustacean Egg Production
Sandro Santos, Sergio Luiz de Siqueira Bueno
October 04, 2019
Aeglidae focuses on these unique crustaceans who are endemic to South America. The book is the first to summarize the diverse aspects of the Aeglidae, whose taxonomic features and phylogenetic relationships, evolutionary history and biogeographical background, biological characteristics, and...
Gary C.B. Poore, Shane T. Ahyong, Joanne Taylor
December 20, 2011
Squat lobsters of the superfamilies Chirostyloidea and Galatheoidea are highly visible crustaceans on seamounts, continental margins, shelf environments, hydrothermal vents and coral reefs. About 1000 species are known. They frequently feature in deep-sea images taken by submersibles and are caught...
Joel W. Martin, Keith A. Crandall, Darryl L. Felder
June 16, 2009
Decapod crustaceans are of tremendous interest and importance evolutionarily, ecologically, and economically. There is no shortage of publications reflecting the wide variety of ideas and hypotheses concerning decapod phylogeny, but until recently, the world’s leading decapodologists had never...
June 01, 2003
Crustaceans, due to the great diversity of their body organization, segmentation patterns, tagmatization, limb types, larval forms, cleavage, and gastrulation modes, are highly desirable for the study of questions at the interface of evolution and development. Modern interest in evolutionary...
J. Carel von Vaupel Klein
June 01, 2000
The papers in this volume have been grouped according to the main sub-themes of the congress and primarily deal with the biodiversity issues of invasive crustacea, ecology and behaviour and fisheries and aquaculture....
Francesca Gherardi, David M. Holdich
June 01, 1999
From the third international workshop on the subject (U. of Florence, 1997), come 18 papers reviewing the issue of alien crayfish decimating the relatively few native species in European freshwater environments. In a historical and taxonomic context, the initial paper explains why such homogenizatio...
Frederick R. Schram
June 01, 1995
This work provides a guide to current research in barnacle evolution. Topics covered include: chemical signals in barnacles; larval settlement; naupliar evidence for cirripede taxonomy and phylogeny; and South American patterns of barnacle distribution....
June 01, 1995
This text contains the papers of a meeting on American isopods, the only crustacean group with representatives in all terrestrial ecosystems ranging from the sea shore to the desert. Due to such adaptibility, this group can be seen as a model for the successful transition on land. The text deals...
June 01, 1993
The papers in this volume take several forms, from strict chronologies to detailed historical analyses. Topics covered include: towards the history of pre-Linnean carcinology in Brazil; the beginning of Portugese carcinology; from Oviedo to Rathbun; the development of brachturan crab tascononry in...
Felgenhauer, A.B Thistle, L. Watling
June 01, 1989
Abetted by recent technological advances in scanning and transmission electron microscopy, as well as new preparative methods, these contributions examine crustacean anatomy, demonstrating (or at least inferring) the functions of morphological features. In addition to feeding and grooming, they also...